The Spring Impact Scale Accelerator
We're excited to announce the launch of the
2019/20 Spring Impact Scale Accelerator.
The Spring Impact Scale Accelerator will provide four cohorts of non-profits and social enterprises, drawn from all over the UK, with intensive support to scale their impact. In addition, Spring Impact will be supporting innovative funders to learn what really works in supporting organisations to scale, and how they can embed these practices within their organisations.
The programme has been made possible by the Big Lottery Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK, which distributes money raised by National Lottery players.
“We’re delighted that National Lottery funding is supporting this programme, which helps organisations to grow and increase their impact. Ambitious projects across the UK will be able to scale up their affects, enabling more people and communities to thrive.” – Derek Bardowell, Senior Head of UK Portfolio at the Big Lottery Fund
Participating organisations will receive 9 months of consultancy support to define a clear plan for scaling their impact sustainably alongside access to expertise to tackle their biggest barriers to scale.
The programme will be led by Joe Kallarackal Spring Impact Director.
“We know that we have fantastic organisations across the UK with incredibly impactful projects supporting our communities. Many desire to increase their impact, but need support to explore how to make this a reality. Whilst there are a range of resources focused on supporting innovation, developing new ideas, or assisting organisational growth, Spring Impact’s Scale Accelerator is uniquely focused on scaling social impact.
Not only are we excited about the potential to accelerate each participants’ impact, but also the opportunity to engage funders on how they can change their own practices to support scaling impact.”
If you’re interested in taking part or know an organisation with a great proven social innovation click below to register your interest.
From the first session, we knew how important the program was going to be for us. It was just such an overload of information. We walked away being like we learned so much! It was really fun learning all of that. I just remember us walking away in a really positive way.”